Part 6 of 7—Supreme Court Judgment: '...the untruthful pleas raised by him about his contacts with Shaukat and Afzal give rise to serious suspicion at least about his knowledge of the incident and his tacit approval of it ... suspicion howeve
'I am happy to be free man but I do not think an acquittal of an innocent man is a cause for celebration. I think it is a time for reflection on why he was framed and sentenced to death without evidence'
Nearly four years after the attack on Parliament that shook the nation, the Supreme Court today acquitted Delhi University lecturer SAR Geelani, reduced the death sentence to Shaukat Guru to 10 years imprisonment, while upholding the death sentence f
There exists a cell of policemen within the Delhi Police which is accountable to no one but itself. Operating without uniforms, these are the dreaded encounters specialists of Delhi....Investigation into the Geelani case should be transferred to an i
I am outraged by the brazen, murderous attack on the life of S.A.R. Geelani, but I feel even more violated by, and take strong exception to, some of the statements by apparently well-meaning commentators...
"Although we do not wish to pre-judge any specific complicity in the attack on Prof. Geelani at this stage, we strongly feel that the involvement of the Delhi Police itself, especially its Special Branch, in the crime can not be ruled out"